Japanese Internment Camps

The Truth Will Always Prevail

In the months after Pearl Harbor on May 15th, 1942 the United States Government started a relocation process of the Japanese Americans living in the U.S. at the time.
To the right is a picture on an internment camp somewhere in California. It shows overcrowding and is clear in the picture they are not being treated with the respect or living in good conditions like the US gov't says at the time.
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Here is a picture of what looks to be a clean internment camp somewhere in Texas.
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Up close and personal however these camps were very dirty and instead of nig nice barracks, the people of the camps lived in small dingy shacks.
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Here is a picture of the girl scout club in one of the camps which seems to be a fun activity.
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However just outside of this small gathering room there is most likely armed guards outside ready to fire at all times.